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Plague Mask Players' Inkubator presents Mor

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Natalie Washington hasn’t seen or spoken to her father in over a decade, and she likes it that way. When she’s informed of his untimely death she finds herself thrust back into the inner workings of the Washington family where everyone has one question: where the hell have you been? Mor explores the effects of generational trauma, broken relationships, and the struggle to forgive.

The Inkubator program is a collaborative space for brand new plays to be developed and refined. The Plague Mask Players' team partners with a playwright and helps them make their new work the best version of itself through several stages of discussion and feedback and new drafts of the script leading up to a workshopped staged reading for an audience, complete with a professional director and actors.

Natalie Washington hasn’t seen or spoken to her father in over a decade, and she likes it that way. When she’s informed of his untimely death she finds herself thrust back into the inner workings of the Washington family where everyone has one question: where the hell have you been? Mor explores the effects of generational trauma, broken relationships, and the struggle to forgive.

The Inkubator program is a collaborative space for brand new plays to be developed and refined. The Plague Mask Players' team partners with a playwright and helps them make their new work the best version of itself through several stages of discussion and feedback and new drafts of the script leading up to a workshopped staged reading for an audience, complete with a professional director and actors.

WHEN

WHERE

The Core Theatre
518 W Arapaho Rd, Richardson, TX 75080, USA
https://www.plaguemaskplayers.org/inkubator-mor

TICKET INFO

$5

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